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Do You Need A Coach? with Dr. Gary Reinecke

Episode 8

Welcome back to the Mission First People Always podcast! On today’s episode, we invite you to carefully consider an important personal and professional question: Do I need a coach? Your answer could change the trajectory of your career and greatly benefit those around you. In order to answer this question, you need to understand what coaching is, how a coaching relationship works, and whether there are any tangible benefits you can expect from coaching. To answer these questions, I’m joined by Dr. Gary Reinecke, an International Coach Federation master certified coach who has coached hundreds of leaders during his more than 30 years as a coach. Whether you are actively looking for coaching and accountability or if it has never crossed your mind, we hope this episode leaves you inspired and motivated to find the tools and resources you need to reach higher and hit the goals you set for yourself and your organization.

As a free gift for every listener of Mission First People Always, Dr. Gary Reinecke has provided the InFocus Leadership checklist to help you stay (or get) focused! Scroll down to find the link for this and all of our other recourses.

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

The difference between a consultant, mentor, and coach What a coach does How a good coach operates The foundational nature of trust in a coaching relationship How the benefits of coaching are categorized and measured What coaching is and is not

Connect with Gary:

InFocus: Coaching for Marketplace Leaders: Sign-up for the InFocus Blog: Request a proposal: Please download The InFocus Leadership Checklist: Click here More About Gary:

Gary is the Executive Director of InFocus, the cofounder of Christian Coaching Tools, and co-author of Christian Coaching Excellence and the Coaching 101 Handbook. He lives in Murrieta, California with his wife, Gina. Together they have two highly accomplished children.

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